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Fade of the Day – Oldblue Co. 7.5″ Cut Selvedge Indonesia (4 months, 1 wash, 1 soak)

The Indonesia invasion continues with this pair of heavyweight jeans from local brand Oldblue Co.. Reader Aldrette Anakotta has taken his pair of 7.5″ Cut Selvedge Indonesia jeans out every day, including cycling, and achieved incredible results in just four months. The concealed rivets are bursting, the belt loops [...]

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5 Indonesian Denim Brands You Should Know

Hang around raw denim for long enough and it’s inevitable to hear someone mention Indonesia. The climate–hot and humid on a cold day–juxtaposed against a fiercely passionate denim culture creates some of the most consistently impressive fade results, period. If [...]

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Benno Cooper, Co-founder Chain Stitches

Benno Cooper, Chain Stitches Co-Founder – Exclusive Interview

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’re probably well aware of all the buzz coming out of South East Asia these days. We ourselves can’t get enough of the drool-worthy, picture perfect, and incomparable denim fades submitted from those in [...]

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The Complete Raw Denim Patch Collection

The little details that go into a pair of jeans can often be overlooked by the less discerning consumer. Only the most passionate denimheads care about chainstitches, selvedge lines, and tucked waistbands. But there are two design details few can overlook: [...]

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Oldblue Co. Workwear Type II

Oldblue Co. Work Pants Type II – Natural x Natural Indigo

Oldblue Co. Work Pants Type II – Natural Indigo x Natural Indigo As of late Indonesia has been carving out quite a nice niche in the dry denim scene. Having done their homework and learning to emulate the greats of [...]

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Rawr Denim Reviews - OldBlue Co. WWII Repro

OldBlue Co. WWII Repro – Denim Review

Rawr Denim Reviews – OldBlue Co. WWII Repro In recent years, Indonesia has become a major location for denim and vintage Americana. Taking full advantage of lessons learned from the Japanese repro boom, South-East Asian markets are quickly becoming hotbeds [...]

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